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Zombie Hunter Head

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Zombie Hunter Head by Sculptor Apr 4, 2013

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*UPDATED 27th June- New head added. Small tweaks to it. More Hi res among other things. Changed the logo in the back.

He will print without support needed.

This is a character I've been doodling with in Zbrush. Zombie Hunter I call him.

Check out full figure and colour pics of him in my portfolio page.
olasundberg.com

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Great! Happy you like it :)
Thanks for a grate design it gave a chance to test out my machines printing with a good design. thanks again
The pencil holder idea sounds awesome +1

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Thanks for a grate design it gave a chance to test out my machines printing with a good design. thanks again
Great! Happy you like it :)
The pencil holder idea sounds awesome +1
Love the model great work :) printed it at 30% with Colorfabb Chocolate Brown at 0.08mm layer height on an Ultimaker 2. The result is great (i uploaded pics). I need to print it at full scale once i love it
Would be awesome to have the entire sculptor to print.. maybe in sections so he can be a couple of feet tall??
Yeah, maybe. But that model wouldn't be for free :)
hello i was wondering if you could open the top of his head so that i can use him as a pencil holder for my desk????
Hey I'm new to 3D printing and just got my Replicator 2x I've done a few practice models but I was wondering what settings you use when printing and do you have different settings for fast decent quality models vs high quality.The 3D print you've shown is very smooth, came out awesome.
Hey, thanks. My 2 cents: I'm mostly printing my characters and try to keep a good balance between speed and quality. I usually go for 0.2 in layer height if I'm printing in full size. Otherwise it will take forever. If I'm printing it smaller, 10 cm / 4 inches, I raise the quality to 0.1 in layer height. The infill setting depends on the model but don't go too high, I usually keep between 2-10%. Also, remember to lower the speed to something like 60 to ensure a better print quality. You can tweak many settings but the layer height/infill/speed are the ones that are the most critical for me at lest. There are many people on communities that can give you more helpful tips. Merry xmas :)
realy cool ! do you take command there a great lot of cool caracter in the new ''Hobbit'' not to name it...lol Great work!!
I love how you said low-poly XD
fantastic model! Very cool portfolio. Please share more 'perfect' models for us to print! Thanks a lot!
Glad you like it :) I'll try to finish something soon!
Sweet Job dude! Have showed this to the kids in my 3D modelling class, they are inspired! We use Mudbox and we're finding about LVL3, or 40-60K polys seems about all that the slicers can handle. Yours translates to the printer very good, my picture doesn't do the model (and my Rep2X) justice.
Thanks, great to hear that it can inspire you! The rendered image is hi res in Zbrush, but I use pretty hi res models on the rep 2. 3-400 k is working fine for me. When I'm using the Skeinforge slice it takes forever though.
Saw lots of these printed out at the Maker Faire in San Mateo, CA. Nice Model! very popular with 3D printer vendors.
Thank you, thats really great to hear!
OMG love the details! Your work is extremely awesome, welcome to Thingiverse!
Thanks!
Anyone print this one a rep 2? iam having some issues
mind if i mod him to be a dwarf?
Please don't. Thanks for asking :)
thats a great pitty..
then maybe change the licence to - no derivative -
My bad. I thought it was already. Now I changed it. Sorry about that.
Hey Sculptor - great model, really do like it. Any chance of updating the license so we can publish derivatives?
Thanks. I'm afraid not.
Understand. May want to help folks and made the inside diameter of the base flat rather than concave.
Too bad.
Thanks for all the kind words! I'll try to post a new character soon :)
i hope a derivable one :)
lovely work sculptor.

would love it if you could release some of your other models for printing
Very impressive! I would definitely love to print the full zombie hunter for my desk as well! I am going to have to read up on zbrush if this is what it can do.
Let me know if you find any tutorials that work for you. My head explodes every time I step up to it.
Pixologic.com has a full set of tutorials. A great place to start.
amazing portfolio, a lot of work behind of that ,congratulations!!
and yes upload the full zombie hunter.....
really nice models. i have to work more to touch this level
Nice portflio! Don't suppose we could convince you to eventually post the full Zombie hunter.. Would love to have that on my desk.
Thanks! Agreed, that would be fun!
Beautiful work! I've been dying to try Zbrush. This is good inspiration to do so. Well done!
Looks like his head done got the huntin done on him.
Yeah, the post apocalyptic future is rough :)
It looks so cool~~
Kinda looks like Donald Sutherland!
finally this thing is featured! Congrats Sculptor. Can't wait for your next sculpture to be available!
Thanks!
ColorFabb finished a print a while back. Here you can see it printed in their nice Signal Yellow filament :)
http://colorfabb.com/2-yellow-300-25.html
Great! Love to see some pics if someone finished the print
Lovely model! I'm starting a print right now!
Thanks! Yeah, Zbrush has a pretty steep learning curve.
Excellent model. I've played with Zbrush so I know how good you are. Took me 10 hours to make my homer model, something a pro like you could do in 30 minutes I'm sure. Keep up the great work. Looking forward to more models.
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